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St Mary's College of Maryland (French, Spanish)
I have a passion for languages and I love helping others to achieve their highest potential in their target language. I tutor English, Spanish, and French for all age groups and speaking levels. I have lived in francophone and hispanic counties where I gained a cultural perspective on the use of each language. I lived in Montpellier, France for a year where I worked extensively as an English tutor and a Spanish teaching assistant for high schoolers.
Throughout college, I worked as a French and Spanish tutor for college students and an English tutor for Hispanic ESL students at a local elementary school. I also assisted Hispanic adults in English classes.
I started an ESL program for Hispanic adults in Lexington Park, MD and taught english to Hispanic children as young as 6 living in this same are
I have lived in Montpellier, France for a year where I worked extensively as an English tutor and a Spanish teaching assistant for high schoolers. I also worked as a French and Spanish tutor for college students and I was sought out by the anthropology department at my college to translate 19th century handwritten French documents into English.
I am fun and I enjoy finding ways to make language accessible! I find that the best way to approach language is the natural way: through exposure to music, culture, film, television and conversation I have a passion for languages and I love helping others to achieve their highest potential in their target language. I tutor English, Spanish, and … Read more
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